Alabama Getaway -> Greatest Story Ever Told Peggy-O Cassidy Friend Of The Devil Easy To Love You -> El Paso Tennessee Jed Dancing In The Street -> Deal
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain Passenger Terrapin Station -> Playing In The Band -> Drums -> Space -> Lost Sailor -> Saint Of Circumstance -> Wharf Rat -> Good Lovin'
Encore Don't Ease Me In
Master Audience Cassette; Nakamichi CM700 mics > Sony TC-158 source supplies the audience patches in "El Paso" (d1t7) from 1:30 thru 2:33, in "Scarlet Begonias" (d2t3) from 10:47 thru 11:09, as well as from 11:51 of "Playin' in the Band" (d3t2) thru 4:59 of "Drums" (d3t3) - approx. 7:24
There was a .26 second drop-ot at 5:37 of Playing In The Band (d3t2) that Charlie Miller removed with Samplitude v7.02 professional. He also fixed the sbe's... 1/13/04
July 26, 2013 Subject:
Drowned in your laughter, and dead to the core!
Only being 9, I didn't make it to Stanley, but I'm truly honored to be the first to review this gem. A real swing in everyone's step is felt early in this if you give it a listen with a fresh ear. Like a clinic, we visit all the regular places The Dead can take us, Alabama, Tennessee, the streets and mountains, even heaven & hell via sailors, saints and devils, but the thing that strikes me most about this one is only 6 months with the band, and the places the songs were going to with Brent. There's some really nice early meanderings between him and the boys here. The initial energy of his arrival in '79 provided a nice lift and was great fun, compared to where they had started the year. I love the clinky sound the boards had in that 79-82' time. I may be partial, but I believe it gave everyone a nice boost that lasted until 1990, and a new era. I refer back to this one often for the gut blast when the boards kick in Alabama, a real hot Deal, FOTD and Rat, also a fierce Playin' among others. I LOVE this version of Fire! Can't help but smile :)
I apologize for giving this 5 stars in a way. I know for sure there are hotter shows out there so richly deserving of the 5 star rating, but this one transports us back nicely to the last month of the 70's decade. A crisp, quality recording, sprinkled with love and Deadication by none other than Mr. Miller. Just a pleasure to enjoy on headphones, and really makes you feel like your there.
I was moving out of an apartment and kept playing this one over, and over again, hours on end. I'm not quite sure why, but I can not tire of this one! Enjoy